I am so excited that my first 3D printed porcelain experiments are starting to arrive! This piece shows the July 2012 ice melt on Greenland. Each piece is approximately 4.25″x3″ (not measuring the ribbon).
Classes are over, and it’s time again for my semester round up where I look back on teaching these past few months…
We had a lot of fun in this class experimenting with paper packaging, clay busts, 3D modeling/printing, and inflatables.
Chisato Nakamura “Race Game”
Spring 2015, for “Memories & Microcontrollers” course
Using a LEDs, piezo, push buttons and Arduino
Intermedia: Memories & Microcontrollers
In this class we walked through introductory Arduino exercises (small simple computers) and combined those studies with readings on memories and viewings of artists working with memories.
This was a great class because I started working with these students in the fall during Portfolio Prep and helped them create either portfolio presentations (for the designers) or senior exhibitions and artist talks (for the artists). They are a great group of people and I was very proud of all their hard work!
If you’re in North Carolina, go check out the [RE]Gen New Media Fesitval sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History at Elon University.
Tuesday, April 28, 6-7:30pm
Paramount Theater (Downtown Burlington)
Featuring work by Elon students, NC faculty & students, and selected (inter)national artists (including myself!).
My work was recently featured on “Drawing Currents” blog.